Coleman Talley represents developers, equity investors, property managers, lenders, and public housing authorities in a variety of affordable housing transactions. We have experience in negotiating and structuring transactions involving the major syndicators of low-income housing tax credits and have represented clients in bringing to completion multi-family, single-family, age-restricted, and affordable housing across the Southeast and nationwide.
Our lawyers have experience in the structure and closing of transactions financed both conventionally and through government-subsidized sources, including federal and state low-income housing tax credits, tax-exempt bonds (with and without credit enhancements), DCA/GHFA HOME funds, USDA 538, FHLB CIP and AHP loans and other mixed finance sources, FHA and HUD loan programs, and conventional acquisition, bridge, construction, and permanent financing.
We regularly assist clients in all aspects of the development process, including:
- The structure, formation, organization, and negotiation of joint ventures, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, corporations, and nonprofit corporations
- Acquisition and development, including site control (real estate contracts, land leases, and options), property due diligence (title, easements, survey, zoning), closing of real estate purchases, drafting and negotiation of development agreements and of third party construction, architect, and engineering contracts
- Drafting, review, and negotiation of debt and equity financing documents
- Preparation and negotiation of property management and operating documents